Amanda started this, here http://bookartobject.blogspot.com.au/2013/05/slq-follow-up-fun.html and Robyn followed with her selection.
At first, I thought I was too much of a butterfly, flitting around so many that I like and finding choice almost impossible, but I decided to go with Robyn's idea of including paper engineering.
Benja Harney does many stand-out pieces in paper, but I think the leather collaboration pretty much tops it for me. http://paperform.wordpress.com/2012/05/10/pop-up-by-petit-h/
I saw this http://ianbrooks.me/post/50607565134/derailing-my-train-of-thought-by-thomas-wightman on a Tumbler site last week and thought immediately of Brian Dettmer
And for almost as long as I've been blogging, I've loved Cecelia Levy's work, whether books or re-interpreted paper, often from books.
Of course, we could also cruise through the list of BAO contributors!